TrekInk: The British Aren’t Coming! The British Aren’t Coming! September 15, 2014by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Editorial,TOS,UK , 9 comments
The Library of American Comics (LOAC), an imprint of IDW Publishing, recently reprinted the L.A. Times Star Trek newspaper strip in two gorgeous, painstakingly researched and restored, hardcover volumes. Can we make a convincing case for reprinting the other obscure Star Trek comic strips, published in the United Kingdom, from 1969 to 1973?Fan Productions,Humor,TOS,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , 17 comments
The adventures of security officer Ensign Williams on board the USS Enterprise continue with the third episode of the parody webseries The Red Shirt Diaries. This week’s "diary" goes back to the events of the original Star Trek episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before," and gives us some backstory on Williams. Watch it below, plus find out how you can win a tribble.
Smithsonian Moves Original USS Enterprise Model Out Of Gift Shop To Prep For Big Hall Display September 14, 2014by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Conventions/Events/Attractions,History,TOS , 41 comments
The studio model for the USS Enterprise from the original Star Trek series is on the move. Earlier this week the ship was removed from its latest display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, in preparation for move to a new location within the museum. The model will also be undergoing evaluation and conservation treatment. More details and photos below.
Exclusive: David Gerrold Talks Frankly About TNG Conflicts With Roddenberry & Berman + JJ-Trek & more September 12, 2014by Brian Drew , Filed under: History,Interview,TNG , 292 comments
Today TrekMovie finishes up our exclusive interview with writer David Gerrold – this time Gerrold talks frankly about his troubled time working on Star Trek: The Next Generation and coming into conflict with Gene Roddenberry and Rick Berman, being ‘blackballed’ in Hollywood and he even gives his thoughts on JJ Abrams Star Trek.
Watch Brent Spiner Do His Patrick Stewart Impersonation & Compare ‘Relations’ With Tasha Yar & Borg Queenby TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,TNG,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , 7 comments
Creation has release another video clip from last month’s Star Trek convention from Las Vegas, this time featuring Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Michael Dorn, Brent Spiner, and LeVar Burton.Celebrity,TNG,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , 32 comments
A photo going around the web shows Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Sir Patrick Stewart literally making a special young girl’s wish come true. More details below. [UPDATE: More info and pictures]Celebrity,ENT,Sci-Fi , 6 comments
The former showrunners of Star Trek: Enterprise are both cutting new deals with Fox. Manny Coto has sold Fox a new genre series promising to be ’24 meets the X-Files, and Brannon Braga has closed a new overall deal with the network. Details below.
Mission Log: Star Trek: TNG’s ‘Justice’ September 11, 2014by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: Mission Log Podcast,TNG , 33 comments
The crew of the Enterprise D visit a planet full of scantily clad care-free joggers, what could possibly go wrong. Wesley! Listen to John and Ken take on Star Trek: The Next Generation’s “Justice” in the brand new Mission Log podcast below.
Watch: Leonard Nimoy Sings “Plato’s Stepchildren” Song + Talks ‘Up and Down’ Roddenberry Relationship & moreby Jared Whitley , Filed under: Conventions/Events/Attractions,Nimoy,TOS , 22 comments
Even though Star Trek legend Leonard Nimoy has "retired" from going to conventions, he can still beam into them thanks to the magic of Skype. This was the treat that fans at Salt Lake City Comic Con enjoyed over the weekend. TrekMovie.com was there, so you get to as well. We previewed a clip from the event on Monday and today we present the full highlights of his talk. Watch it below
See What Star Trek TOS Would Have Looked Like In Widescreen Cinerama September 10, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Great Links,TOS,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , 41 comments
Star Trek was born on TV and well before HD so it has always been set in the rather narrow standard TV ratio, even on Blu-ray. But an intrepid fan has stitched together some screencaps to envision what the show could have looked like in widescreen, check out some examples below.
Watch Levar Burton Drink Wine And Talk Childhood With William Shatner September 9, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Shatner,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , 17 comments
This week William Shatner had a Star Trek guest on his web show "Brown Bag Wine Tasting." Watch the two talk wine and a little Star Trek below.
Exclusive: David Gerrold Talks Star Trek’s Legacy & Humor + Relationships w/ Roddenberry & Coon + more September 8, 2014by Brian Drew , Filed under: History,Interview,TOS , 41 comments
TrekMovie continues to celebrate the Star Trek’s 48th birthday with an exclusive interview with one of the writers for the original Series. David Gerrold (best known for "Troubles with Tribbles") talks to us about the legacy of Star Trek, his relationship with the Genes (Coon and Roddenberry), LGBT characters in Trek and more. Plus we have a contest to win five David Gerrold e-books.History,Nimoy,TOS , 11 comments
As part of our celebration of Star Trek’s birthday we have TrekMovie video from the weekend’s Salt Lake City Comic Con where Leonard Nimoy beamed in via Skype and talked about how he got cast in Star Trek following his appearance on Gene Roddenberry’s previous show The Lieutenant. We also have clip of that episode. Watch it all below.History,TOS,Trek Franchise , 38 comments
On September 8, 1966 the first episode of of an ambitious sci-fi show created by Gene Roddenberry aired on NBC – in color! 48 years later, Star Trek is still going strong after hundreds of episodes over five series and twelve feature films (with another on the way). Watch the first commercials and interviews for Star Trek below, plus get info on TrekMovie’s ‘livetweet’ celebration and giveaway set for tonight.
Watch: Trailers For Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 7 & ‘All Good Things’ Blu-rays September 3, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,TNG,TNG Remastered , 50 comments
Star Trek: The Next Generation in HD is coming to a conclusion in December, with the release of the seventh and final season on Blu-ray. Watch the brand new trailer for the season and the “All Good Things” individual release below.Star Trek Online,VOY , 27 comments
Cryptic is adding more Star Trek: Voyager stars to their upcoming Delta Rising expansion for Star Trek Online. Today they announced Jeri Ryan, Ethan Phillips and Robert Picardo are now on board, adding their voices to the game, bringing the total to five Voyager stars. Details below.
Watch: Star Trek TNG Stars Talk Romance, Bad Costumes, Character Similarities & More At WW Chicago August 26, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Shatner,TNG , 31 comments
On Sunday the entire cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation reuinited in Chicago for a Wizard World panel discussion moderated by none other than William Shatner. We have photos from the event and some video clips below. Plus the ultimate Star Trek selfie!Comics,Review,TOS , 53 comments
Barely a week into their time journey, Spock is traumatized, Kirk is spellbound, their relationship is strained, and Beckwith is nowhere in sight. The third issue of Harlan Ellison’s The City of the Edge of Forever makes its way to your local comic shop this week. Read TrekMovie’s review (with spoilers) and a preview after the break.
New Mission Log: Star Trek TNG’s The Last Outpost August 21, 2014by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: Mission Log Podcast,Review,TNG , 21 comments
The Enterprise is chasing a Ferengi vessel. What is a Ferengi? Exactly. Small and scheming or big and bad? Find out when John and Ken put Star Trek: The Next Generation’s “The Last Outpost” in the Mission Log.
Takei: We all had problems with Shatner on the Star Trek set August 13, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Shatner,TOS , comments closed
George Takei is once again continuing his feud with William Shatner, this time in a sit down with Oprah. Watch the clip below. And in Out Magazine, George recalls a funny story from behind the scenes working on Star Trek.